Reptile

Black Racer Rescued From Netting

Black Racer Rescued From Netting

 

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Photo Courtesy of Sandy Juba

 

TGO Nature Center volunteer, Sandy Juba, rescued a Black Racer snake from plastic netting in May of 2016.  Read more about this rescue…

 

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American Alligator

American Alligator

 

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Photo Courtesy of Hobie Kurtz

 

As anyone familiar with Florida knows, we have American Alligators.  Learn about them in the TGO Nature Center’s article which is part of our educational series.  Read more...

 

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Why Do Some Snakes Eat Themselves?

 Why Do Some Snakes Eat Themselves?

 

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Photo Courtesy of Bob Rosenberger

 

Bob Rosenberger, a TGO resident and owner of Golfcarts Unlimited, found this snake that appears to have tried to eat itself.  TGO Nature Center member, Cary Salter, researched this unusual behavior and discovered why some snakes do try to eat themselves.   Read more about this unusual behavior…

 

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The Green Anole

 The Green Anole

 

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Photo Courtesy of Gary Wittstock

 

We see these pretty little lizards all over TGO.  When I was a kid, we always referred to them as chameleons.  Though they share the unique ability to change their skin colors like true chameleons, these little lizards’ proper name is green anole.  Read more about the green anole…

 

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Josiah Monk at Recreation Services for reservations on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.

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